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A run down of this weekend’s EPIIC Symposium on Global Health and Security, including examinations of health care delivery, violence as a global public health challenge, and how technology affects health and security.
The Daily goes in depth at the 85th Academy Awards – from ceremony style to host MacFarlane and of course the Oscar winners!
Today’s Editorial: MIT gunman hoax presents opportunity for re-examining safety procedure.
Women’s Track and Field continues with a strong showing at BU after becoming New England Div. III Champions.
Get to know Warren Gagosian, the veteran electrical engineer who you may not recognize but has definitely helped every student who passed through Halligan Hall.
The latest “Die Hard” film loses all nuance as a graceless departure from original.
The 28th annual EPIIC Symposium kicked off on Thursday with organizers hoping that the focus on global health, a change from the usual topics involving international security, will be exciting to attendees.
Tufts janitors reflect on the hard work it takes to keep the University clean, in light of their upcoming contract negotiations.
Tufts’ men’s ice hockey team reflects on difficult season, while looking forward to a strong group of athletes for next year.
Despite its predictable plotlines, USA’s “Suits” continues to please audiences with a strong second season and its well-written dialogue.
Noted scholar Joy James, a professor of political science at the University of Texas at Austin, spoke about sexual assault and racism.
Tufts’ men’s basketball team looking to beat Amherst’s Lord Jeffs in the NESCAC semifinals.